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Found 16 results

  1. Hi, I know back when cable was big there were channels like the discovery channel, history channel, etc. Anyone have a good list of shows that are good in terms of factual educational content of things like natural history + fossils? I am happy to pay for these shows/videos. Youtube is also welcomed. Audio books are another option but I prefer video. Thank you
  2. Found this video on Youtube, and thought it was pretty ingenious. I like the DIY blaster box idea, as well. Thought it might be an option for those of us who cannot break the bank to do our own fossil prep. This has given me some ideas to try out. Hope this helps someone out. Good luck!
  3. Summer time blues

    What's become of our great Wild Kyle and Paleo Chris hunting in the Floridian jungle videos? I know the rivers are probably swollen, but that has never stopped our boys from finding great things roadside. Alright, I don't really care where they are, I just miss the duck!
  4. A compilation video i've just made showing some of my ammonite finds i've captured on video. These are in an unprepared state, except a tap with a hammer. Quite a selection including dactylioceras, hildoceras, perenoceras, pseudolioceras and a rare Ovaticeras! Found over afew months.
  5. Trilo video

  6. Likely some have already seen this, a nice little video on coprolites, what we can learn from them and their significance. Being a post from me, the video of course covers the Two Medicine Formation, I know at least @GeschWhat will enjoy. https://www.facebook.com/scifrimacroscope/videos/986351528231150/
  7. Here is a video PBS put out last year. LINK Craig
  8. Why T Rex had tiny arms

    Interesting video.
  9. CT scan of dinosaur eggs

    I talked about this elsewhere but so everyone has a chance to view it, here is a video showing a CT scan we (TMDC) did of a jacket with 5 eggs. The eggs are currently unknown and likely new, the main goal of the scan was to help determine if there are any embryonic remains inside. CT scans often are not ideal for showing bone so what we looked for were teeth since they tend to show up better in a scan and develop at a relatively early stage. Happy to answer any questions people may have about this. A local news story on the scan: http://www.choteauacantha.com/news/article_623de0fe-be6f-11e7-84df-5363c8eab191.html
  10. Short little video i made opening a nodule. It popped out perfectly.
  11. I was searching around the Internet today and I came across a recent video on YouTube called "Trilobite Takedown". It was a seminar given by Melanie Hopkins (Assistant Curator- Division of Paleontolgy- AMNH) and posted on 2-27-18. I am not positive if it is the complete seminar, but the 19 minutes that were posted, was very informative to a mostly non-trilobite collector and Ms. Hopkins is a very good speaker. @Kane and @piranha I think you would enjoy this video. BTW- I do not know how to add links to posts like this, I am lucky I can turn on my computer.
  12. Aron Ra's "Systematic Classification of Life" is up to the 19th episode and he's still in the Permian Period! There's lots of detail and just enough subtle humor thrown in to keep it fun while we learn which branches our own tree-sap comes from. Here is the newest video but don't skip ahead if you haven't been keeping up. It can be hard to keep track of all of our ancestors when there are so many. This just got published today and there's a new one every few days so start at episode 1 now and maybe number 20 will be done when you're finished.
  13. If you are interested in the Hadrosaur Maiasaura attached find a short video by David Evans who is a world renowned paleontologist on hadrosaurs. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10155891806523147&id=8469063146&_rdr
  14. If you have a couple of hours you might check out the below YouTube video of my son Mel’s fossil collection. It really is worth the time. The end of the video also has some of my son Marco’s collection. There maybe a YouTube advertisement in the beginning that you can skip after a few seconds. Let me know what you think of the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-aNgZnEaTDY&feature=youtu.be Marco Sr.
  15. Fish out of water

    This is just a mildly interesting video I found on Youtube. Sorry if it isn't in the right category, as it isn't directly fossil related. Description (given by the video): Around 400 million years ago, fish left the water and started to evolve into land-loving creatures. But how did the transition happen? A new and unusual experiment could shed some light on the kinds of changes that enabled fins to become limbs. Researchers took a fish species known to be able to walk on its fins from time to time, and raised it on land. Watch the fish promenade in this Nature Video. Enjoy! Original paper: http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v513/n7516/full/nature13708.html?foxtrotcallback=true Video by: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7c8mE90qCtu11z47U0KErg
  16. Fossil fly by

    I have had this fossil encrusted rock since the 1990's and I thought rather than photograph it again I would make a video, as if I was flying over it. No drone was involved however, I just used my Canon compact.
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